Tag: Horses

ALDF Offers $5,000 Reward in Monterey Horse Cruelty Case

April 10, 2014
Reward offer reaches $6,000 to track down suspect.

Animal Advocates Sue U.S. Forest Service over California Horses

March 24, 2014
Wild horses couldn’t drag away broad coalition of groups filing suit against feds.

A Great Day for American Horses

January 17, 2014
A bill signed today ensures that horses will not be slaughtered for human consumption in this country for the time being.

Nash: the Rescue of a Slaughter-Horse

December 24, 2013
I have always been an animal lover, and the issue of horse slaughter is at the forefront of my volunteer work.

Shut Down New York’s Carriage Horse Industry!

December 12, 2013
In New York City, the horse-carriage industry is causing great suffering for horses and putting people’s lives in danger.

Senator Avella and ALDF to Announce Lawsuit Against NYPD

December 11, 2013
December 12 at 12:00 PM, Senator Tony Avella will join the national nonprofit Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) at a press conference announcing that ALDF has filed a petition with the New York Supreme Court asking the court to force the New York Police Department (NYPD) to turn over enforcement records regarding the city’s horse-drawn carriage industry.

U.S. Horse Slaughter Rears its Ugly Head

June 28, 2013
It is with great disappointment we learned today that the USDA has issued a permit for a Horse Slaughter plant to open in Roswell, New Mexico––with permits for two more plants in Missouri & Iowa apparently to follow next week.

$5,000 Reward Offered for Information Leading to Arrest of Horse Killer

November 5, 2012
Horse Shot in Santa Rosa Pasture

Goodbye to All Who Sacrificed, and Barbaro Too

February 5, 2007

Despite the abundance of media eulogies this past week for the late, great racehorse Barbaro, winner of the 2006 Kentucky Derby and likely Triple Crown contender, I found two questions…

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